Breast cancer could be prevented with a drug that is already used to tackle brittle bone disease, scientists claim.
If scrolling through your phone's news feed or swiping right were Olympic sports, we'd definitely take home a medal.
There is no conclusive evidence that coffee causes cancer, but all "very hot" drinks are probably carcinogenic.
Rushda's Ramadaan Programme caters for women who want to maintain their fitness, writes Nontando Mposo.
Scientists say that cancer patients should lose weight and take up exercise to slash their risk of death.
Three slices of wholemeal bread a day can slash the risk of dying from heart disease by a quarter, a major study reveals.
Consumers are advised to read labels and do their own research
A new study points to sufferers of the eating disorder being driven not by a fear of putting on weight but by the pleasure of losing it.
'Text neck'? 'Cellphone elbow' or cubital tunnel syndrome? Joanne Cavanaugh Simpson has all these ailments, but can't stop looking at her phone.
Women who regularly suffer from migraines are likely to have more painful periods, scientists have found.
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South African men's health is in a crisis - and it hits hard (or not so hard) in the bedroom.
Eat berries. Avoid the sun. No old-lady shoes. These are tips from experts in the field of ageing and longevity research.
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The TAT vaccine against HIV/Aids improves responses to antiretrovirals, a clinical trial has confirmed.